Exceptions to the New Travel Restrictions in Scotland

Exceptions to the New Travel Restrictions in Scotland

Yesterday’s announcement on changes to Scotland’s tiered lockdown restrictions, which saw several areas move up into higher tiers, introduced new travel restrictions, but what are the exceptions? Yesterday we confirmed the new COVID-19 restrictions announced by the First Minister including the new restrictions on travel, which means that people living in Level 3 or Level 4 areas must not travel

Latest Restrictions Contain A Sting in the Tail for Scottish Employers

Latest Restrictions Contain A Sting in the Tail for Scottish Employers

The main headlines from the Scottish First Minister’s announcement in Holyrood is that 11 local authority areas have been moved to the strictest Level 4 COVID-19 Restrictions, but the devil in the detail will have serious implications for many Employers who are not required to close. At about 20 minutes into her announcement to the Scottish

Strict Lockdown Restrictions in Scotland Imminent

Emerging from Lockdown – Guidance for UK Employers

Businesses across the Central Belt of Scotland are bracing themselves ahead of today’s announcement from the leader of the Scottish administration, Nicola Sturgeon, when it is anticipated she will confirm that large parts of the West of Scotland will be moved up to strict Level 4 COVID-19 restrictions, the highest tier of coronavirus restrictions possible. 

One Simple Mistake That Could Cost You Furlough Funding

Job Support Scheme for Employers Extended

Failing to ensure any previously issued furlough agreements meet the extended CJRS grant eligibility conditions could result in failed grant claims. Here’s how to avoid making that simple mistake: To be eligible for the grant, employers must have confirmed to their employee (or reached collective agreement with a trade union) in writing that they have been